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- n. The state or condition of being inconclusive.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The condition or quality of being inconclusive.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the quality of being inconclusive
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That split is leading to further "inconclusiveness" on what the Fed will do at its next meeting, either follow recent statements and keep interest rates on hold, or follow financial-market concerns and cut, said Carl Forcheski, vice president for foreign exchange at Société Générale in New York.
Nonetheless, on December 13, 1999, despite the inconclusiveness of the "group identification" and the lack of mass graves, the Pentagon released its official, public announcement that all members of this crew of U.S. military service personnel are now "accounted for." ...
Tribal members said because of the inconclusiveness of the government response, they were forced to take matters into their own hands, and exact the traditional tribal blood price: the death of a suspected assassin or members of his tribe.
Still, the real power of the play lies in the subtle inconclusiveness of the character studies.
The hours he spent with Ruth were maddening alike in promise and in inconclusiveness.
PR would mean that this disappointing inconclusiveness, this national post-electoral dithering and huddling, becomes the norm.
Both sides of the dispute noted the inconclusiveness of the decision.
He reworked it several times, and his indecision mirrors the inconclusiveness of the ancient accusations against Livia.
This was disappointing news, but the inconclusiveness did place the lampshade in a unique, and possibly illuminating, existential position.
Not for its own sake, but because inconclusiveness suggest other moods and world views that tidy plots simply cannot.